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Kvaerner ASA has awarded Incus-owned Scana Offshore AS a contract for the supply of mooring equipment to Hywind Tampen, Equinor's new floating wind farm. The contract is Scana Offshore's first hardware contract in the floating wind power market.

• The trade fair was scheduled to take place on June 16-18, 2020.
• Cancellation due to the Covid-19 pandemic

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The members of the logistics network BVL and the readers of the trade paper LOGISTIK HEUTE once again named the Port of Hamburg as the “Best Logistics Brand of 2020” in the category of seaports. The port was previously awarded the title in 2017. The winners chosen by the experts and readers were announced yesterday.

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Supported by CSSS Container Shipping Supporting Seafarers and supplied by World of Roses, the Stella Maris Centenary Rose has been launched to raise funds for seafarer support worldwide and mark the 100th anniversary of maritime charity Stella Maris. Martin Foley, CEO of Stella Maris said, "Stella Maris is very grateful to World of Roses and the CSSS for this wonderfully innovative initiative to raise valuable funds for our vital work in support of seafarers and their families."


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Worldwide air traffic is affected by the measures to contain COVID-19 in an unprecedented way and isa major challenge for everyone involved. The rightunit load devices (ULDs) are required forthe suitcases ofreturnees, who the countries fly home in large-scale return campaigns, as well as for freight deliveries, including respiratory masksand other important goods. Jettainer, as one of the world's leading companies in ULD management, securesthesupply withUnit Load Devicesandprovidesthe necessary unitsfor short-term needs.

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Survitec has ramped up its operations in China
following government initiatives to get the world’s second largest economy moving again after three months in lockdown.

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BATI GROUP of Shipping Companies has been active during the CO-Vid 19 days acting as the Agent of Messrs ROLLDOCK in TURKEY.

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The coronavirus pandemic led to highly exceptional conditions in the first quarter of 2020, with severe worldwide disruption of production processes and logistical chains. Closed factories, stricter border controls and restrictions on personal freedom of movement have disrupted society around the globe. This unprecedented situation and the consequences are affecting international trade hubs such as the port of Rotterdam. Throughput in the first quarter was 112.4 million tonnes, 9.3% down on the same period last year. It should be pointed out that volumes in container handling, LNG and biofuels during the first quarter of 2019 were at record highs.

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Platform revolutionizes the cargo booking, outbound and inbound handling processes for JAL and its clients

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An alliance of leading maritime companies desperately concerned about seafarer welfare and the viability of ocean supply chains in the midst of coronavirus restrictions has developed detailed crew changeover risk assessment plans.
However, it needs urgent political and regulatory support to enact them.

Representing more than 1,500 vessels and over 70,000 seafarers, the alliance includes D/S Norden, Grieg Star, Reederei Nord, Dynacom, V.Group, Wilhelmsen Ships Service, Pacific Carriers Limited (PCL), Magsaysay, Augustea, Columbia Ship Management, Inchcape Shipping Services and Synergy Group.


World Ocean Council Re-extends Call for Assistance to Mariners Impacted by Coronavirus Pandemic

Since the start of the COVID 19 crisis, Europe’s ports have been doing everything possible to ensure the continuity of their operations and thus the security of supply. European ports have activated contingency plans to ensure that ports remain fully operational during this crisis. More than ever, European ports have been demonstrating their role as essential and critical infrastructures playing a crucial role in the supply of necessary goods.

  • The CMA CGM Group and its subsidiary CEVA Logistics are mobilizing their expertise and logistical resources to respond to the national emergency
  • CEVA Logistics will deliver 20 million masks as well as medical supplies to France by Sunday, April 12th
  • CMA CGM is preparing a maritime bridge to ensure that France is supplied with medical equipment

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Three thousand masks were donated by the Chinese construction giant CCCC to the North Adriatic Sea Port Authority. Parcels were delivered today, following a request of collaboration made by President Pino Musolino.


  • Turnover €342 million; consolidated EBIT €7 million, solvency enhanced to 23,5%
  • Reinforced proposition in distribution, warehousing and crossdocking through the acquisition of SNEL Shared Logistics
  • Covid-19 virus: safety of staff first, maintaining quality of service and dealing with uncertainty


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